7 September 2015

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My Love Affair With Food Continues…

In my life I have been a butcher (more on this later), a baker, but not a candlestick maker…and I have had more fun than you’d expect or imagine! My first paid food service job is very similar to others whom I have read; I was a busboy at restaurant. My sister Sue, I did a lot of foodie things with her as you are beginning to see, was a waitress at Stouffer’s restaurant in the Old Orchard Shopping Center […]

22 July 2015

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My first blog…The Start of My Love Affair With Food

When the team approached me about writing something for our blog, my first reaction was.. a blog? Me?  After getting several suggestions from my colleagues, I settled on one topic I could write on endlessly….my life history in the food industry and the love affair that has developed. Food. What is it about this word that awakens everyone’s senses? Arouses passions? Excites us? I am a golfer and I would tell those close to me that on the golf course, […]

1 October 2014

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Recipe Revamp: Veggie Chili

Fall has begun and that means it’s time to make some soup, stew and of course, chili! October just also happens to be National Chili Month, so it would be a crime if we didn’t share a chili recipe. This month’s recipe is less of a revamp as it is spreading the word on how amazingly delicious vegetarian chili can actually be! Below we’ve got a versatile recipe for veggie chili that packs a ton of flavor and is pretty easy to […]

1 September 2014

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Recipe Revamp: Faux “Fries”

Whether you’re at a fast food place or a casual sit down restaurant fries are almost always on the menu. There are a variety of reasons why fries are so popular including the fact that they’re economical (all you really need are potatoes, salt, and oil) and they’re pretty easy to make (but they’re also pretty easy to mess up too!). Sometimes though you let your food conscious get to you and you want to eat healthier…but those fries are calling your […]

21 August 2014

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Recipe Revamp: Cauliflower

This month’s Recipe Revamp is highlighting the awesomeness that is cauliflower. You can do a lot of amazing things with cauliflower and If you’re one of the many people that tries to keep their carb intake down these recipes will definitely come in handy. A huge bonus for both of the recipes featured is that they’re very simple to make! CAULIFLOWER RICE We love rice! It’s very versatile and economical which makes it no surprise that it is used in a […]

20 July 2014

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 July 20, 2014
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August Food Holidays

Another month, means another long list of foodie “holidays” to celebrate! Which in turn means another month of delicious foods to make and share with your friends and family! This whole month you can happily celebrate: National Sandwich Month National Peach Month National Brownies at Brunch Month National Panini Month National Catfish Month Of course there are also foods to celebrate and enjoy every single day of August as well. Some of the days that we’re particularly excited about here […]

18 June 2014

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Filet Mignon: A cute (& delicious) fillet

Today is National Filet Mignon Day, but what exactly is a filet mignon? Filet mignon is French for cute or dainty fillet and, as shown in the diagram above, it is the smaller portion of the beef tenderloin. Travel Tip: If you ever find yourself in France and order a Filet Mignon don’t be surprised if it is pork! In France, what we in the US know as filet mignon, can usually be found as filet de boeuf. At Schaul’s we LOVE beef and of […]

19 May 2014

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Recipe Revamp: Pancakes

Pancakes are a quintessential breakfast food, so why would we want to revamp them? Unfortunately, unlike when we were kids, as adults it’s just not possible to eat a whole stack of pancakes without any consequences to our waistlines. These pancakes overall have fewer carbs, definitely have less calories, and are high in protein. In addition, because they contain only two ingredients they are extremely simple to make! To make these you’ll need two eggs and one large banana…yep, that’s it. […]